February DOM Employee of the Month

LamonaSharon Lamona has been selected as the recipient of the Department of Medicine, Employee of the Month award for February 2013.  Mr. Keith Marks, Chief Administrative Officer, notified Shari today and congratulated her on receiving this honor.  

Shari is an Office Associate II in the Division of Preventive Medicine.   She consistently goes above and beyond in providing outstanding support to Division faculty and often serves in a lead role in assisting new employees with training.  She has in-depth knowledge of federal grant submission policies and procedures and is a strong resource in the Division.  Shari demonstrates courtesy, respect, diplomacy and genuine kindness to all staff, external constituents and research study participants with whom she has contact on a daily basis.

Please join us in congratulating Shari Lamona. Please mark your calendars for her award reception that will be held on Thursday, February 21, 2013 from 3:00 to 4:00 PM in West Pavilion, Conference Room E.

The nominations for DOM Employee of the Month for March 2013 will close at noon, Tuesday, February 12, 2013 .  Please send nominations to the Employee of the Month Committee, BDB 420.  See http://www.uab.edu/medicine/dom/nominate-employee-of-the-month

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Dr. Di Stasi is Assistant Professor of Medicine in the Bone Marrow Transplantation and Cell Therapy Program Unit, where he performs both clinical and translational research activities. His primary research focus involves the pre-clinical validation of adoptive T cell immunotherapy strategies for hematologic malignancies.
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